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Things to do in Arizona

  • Rainbow Bridge National Monument

    Cruise out to the Rainbow Bridge National Monument, a 290-foot-tall sandstone arch that’s the world’s largest known natural bridge. Day trips from ... More
  • Rainbow Trout Farm

    Spend the afternoon fishing before grilling your catch at the on-site picnic area. More
  • Red Hot Robot

    Owned by former magazine art director Jason Kiningham, this designer toy shop sells a variety of collectable robots, Japanese figurines, graphic T-... More
  • Red Rock Balloon Adventures

    The company runs 1.5-hour flights—and promises both peaceful landings and a celebratory post-flight picnic. More
  • Roosevelt Row

    Running from Seventh Avenue to 16th Street and from Interstate 10 to Fillmore Street, Roosevelt Row arts district (RoRo for short) is a prominent h... More
  • Saba's Western Wear

    Founded in 1927, when customers still rode up to the store on horseback, Saba's has become an Arizona institution, thanks to its unparalleled selec... More
  • Sacred Monument Tours

    Book a hiking, Jeep, or photography tour of the region. More
  • Saguaro National Park

    Hike the sprawling preserve of mature saguaro stands (found only in the Sonoran Desert). Go to the west side to see petroglyphs left by the Hohokam... More
  • Scottsdale Stadium

    During spring training, metro Phoenix is all about baseball, with several small ballparks offering action; but the best little one is this home awa... More
  • Sharlot Hall Museum

    The museum is dedicated to Central Arizona pioneer history and Native American artifacts. More
  • Six Lounge and Restaurant

    Glitterati party place More
  • Slide Rock State Park

    Picnic and swim in scenic Oak Creek Canyon at Slide Rock State Park. Gun down a thrilling, all-natural 50-foot-long waterslide carved into the Oak ... More
  • SMoCA Nights

    In an effort to lure non-museum types, this trendsetting institution began sponsoring SMoCA Nights a few years back. Typically including a fashion ... More
  • Smoki Museum

    The museum holds a collection of artifacts, baskets, and pottery from Prescott-area tribes, as well as a Hopi katsina collection, all displayed in ... More
  • Sol Journeys

    Biking Tubac’s 13-mile-long Elephant Head Trail, which starts near the top of Madera Canyon, can be a little hair-raising (the steep pitch means yo... More

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